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THE BEE HIVE
Bakes his own Crackers. Roasts his own Coffee.
Buys his goods in train loads.
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THE FASTEST GROWING STORE 1
IN KENTUCKY! l 1
Twenty willing helpers to give you the best of service ; three times as many helpers as 3
any other dry goods store in Maysville. We buy our goods right and sell them at the s
right prices. NO MARKING UP TO MARK DOWN. ' , 3
EVERY ARTICLE MARKED IN I
PLAIN FIGURES. 1
We are conceited enough to say that we are "good buyers," and good buying is half 2
the selling. Take any advertised article from Maysville, Cincinnati or New York and z
if we can't match it at the same price or lower, we nad better retire from business. The
more you look elsewhere, the better our goods look. The more you price elsewhere, 2
the cheaper our prices seem. 3
PRICE AND LOOK-HERE I
YOU'LL BUY. 1
Officers of Maysville Castle No. 2.
The following were chosen last even
ing for ensuing term :
N. C Georgo F. Eltel.
V. C Charles Austin.
H. P. W. H. Lynch.
Blr H. O. Greenlee.
Yen H.-Harry M. Clark.
Fast C. -Joseph F. Martin.
Representative to Grand Castle L. P. darker.
Many Maysville People Testify to This.
You can't Bleep at night.
' "With achea and pains of avbad back.
"When you have to get up from urinary
All on account of the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills bring peaceful
They cure all kidney ills.
Mr. 0. B. Owen, of Owen & Bland, 226
Market street, says : "In the winter of
1899 1 procured a box of Doan'a Kidney
Pills from J. Jas. Wood & Son's drug
store, corner of West Second and Market
Btreets, for a friend residing out of town.
In duo course of time the receipt of same
was acknowledged with thejresult that
their use had proven very beneficial and
that they were a kidney remedy of great
For Bale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., Bole agents for the United States.
Remember the name DOAN'S and
take no substitute.
Eainline sells wall paper cheap.
The L. and N. pay train spent last
night at this point.
Children's Day exercise will be held
at the Washington Presbyterian Church
next Sunday week.
Mr. John W. Gleason and Miss Julia
Guilfoyle will be married to-day at the
Mayslick Catholic Church.
Rev. C. W. York will deliver a tem
perance lecture at Moransburg Saturday
night, June 20th, at 8 o'clock.
MeBsrs. Thomas Malone and J. W.
Walton are making the necessary prepa
rations to embark in the coal business
on Plum street.
The Courier-Journal and Times pre
sented a $500 watch to Editor .Emmet G.
Logan in recognition of his long and faith
ful work on the papers.
Friends of 'Squire Turner, of Mt. Sterl
ing, editor of the Sentinel-Democrat, are
calling on him to make the race for the
Democratic nomination for Railroad Con
missioner in this district.
At Home This Summer?
There's a whole vacation In a kodak,
Miss Katie Ring, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ring, of the Bull Creek neigh
borhood, died Sunday evening, of con
sumption, aged twenty years, and waa
buried Tuesday morning in the cemetery
at Washington, after funeral services at
St. Patrick's Church.
St. Patrick's parochial schools closed
yesterday after a most successful scholas
tic year under the tutelago of the Sisters
of Loretto, whose special training fit them
admirably for teaching children. Before
dismissing school Rev. Father Jones gave
them a treat, that was very much enjoyed
by the pupils.
MMJr''ii 1 1 mm iMi
Brownie Cameras $1 and $2.
Developing machines makefdolng the rest a
J. T. Kackley & Co.
They are the perfection of the shoemaker's art.
The exquisite curves, graceful lines, shapely heels
-' will appeal to all womankind. They come in light
". and medium weight soles, lace and button styles.
JHE MOST WORTHY AND FASHION
ABLE OXFORDS SOLD IN
Warm days suggest all kinds ot season
ablo summer goods. Wo cannot enumerate
everything we carry but can show a very diversi
fied Hue at prices which should Induco you to
Fancy Folding Fans 5, 10, 15 and 25c.
Ladles' fancy Hose 10, 15 and 23c.
Ladles' Gauzt) Vests 5 to 23c.
Men's Underwear 20 to 25c.
Fly Traps, best made, 15c.
"Stick Em" Fly Paper, six sheets for 5c.
IJlowu Glass Decorated Water Sets 81.10.
Table Tumblers 15c. per set.
Blue Ribbon Faint, any color, 10c. per can.
Men's Working Gloves 10c. to 81.25 per pair.
Croquet Seta 75, 85 and 05c.
Enameled Ware, Tinware, Window Shades, Oil
Cloth, etc. '
L H. Young & Co.
Armour's canned moats Calhoun's.
Painless extr'actfou'of teeth at Dr.Cart-
Prayer meeting at the Christian
Church this evening at 7:30 o'clock, con
ducted by the minister, R. E. Moss.
L. T. Anderson, Jr., has tiled Buit in
the Circuit Court at Lexington against
T. C. Jefferson to recover $287 upon a
The L. and N. has a large number of
hands at work on this end of the line,
ditching and improving the road. The
train is on the side track east of Lime
The suit of the New York Life Insur
ance Company against Mary Weaver's
administrator and others for $15,000 was
decided In favor of defendants on per
emptory instructions from Judge Harbe-son.
Mr. Sam Carey, a staff correspondent
of the Cincinnati Enquirer, and Mr. W.J.
Taylor, of tho Post stall", are here attend
ing the trial of the negro burglars and
would-bo murderers Mann, Morris and
Rev. R. E. Moss went td Lewisburg
this morning to conduct the funeral of
tho late Mrs. M. A. Rugglea. Rev. F. M.
Tinder, of Carlisle, has not fully recov
ered from his recent injuries, .and was
not able to come.
One car-load Yellow C. Sugar at 4c. per pound.
FreBh Garden Peas, per two-pound can, 7c.
Fine Succotash, as good as ever eaten, at 5c. per can.
New Seghette, fine for stews or soups (and better than macaroni) 5c. pound'..
Oat Flake, regular 5c. oats, clean and fresh, at two-pounds for 5c.
Aunt Jemima Pan Cake Flour, per package, 5c. (regular 10c. size). J-
Pure Leaf Lard, per pound, 12jc. ,
Snow Drift Lard, per pound, 10c.
Fresh Crackers and Snaps, baked fresh each day, 5c. pound.
Save money and you can do it by dealing at the
Langdon - Creasey Co
D. Hechinger & Co.
We Find it impossible to Have
Anything too'Good For
"Why, we sell more $5 Hats and $5 Shoes than our
neighbors over dreamed could bo sold in Maysville, and
so it goes throughout the different departments in our
house. People want high-class merchandise. They find
it is cheapest to buy tho "Good."
Notwithstanding tho unusual cool weather wo ex
perienced last week our last "Add" touched tho right
Our June business will prove what we asked you
to make it, tho biggest of the ilrst half of tho year.
Impressive merchandise tells the story. See our
window display of "Smart" Clothes, Shoes, Hats and
Shirts. They are inviting and you'll bo sure to step in.
Our prices will do tho rest.
D. HECHINGER & CO..
THE HOME STORE.
WELLS S COUGHLIN,
Undertakers and Embalmers!
Calls answered day or night.
MARKET STREET, MA YSVn.LE, AT
SPECIAL PRICES AT
W. F. POWER'S.
The Biggest Bargain of Them All!
Our reaident buyer, Mr. F. Hays, purchased from one of tho larg
est wholesale house in America their entire stock of
He got them very chep and wo are able to offer them to the ladies
of this city and vicinity at such a price that it is almost impossible to
believe it. But seeing is believing. They will be on display Wednes
day in our window. Price, choice,
None worth less than $2; some worth $3 and $4.
HAYS & CO
New York Store